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My research interests lie in the area of network optimization, with emphasis on fundamental mathematical models and algorithms that improve user-perceived network performance. I am interested in emerging network architectures like content caching networks and software defined networks. My main contributions include caching techniques for heterogeneous wireless networks. My papers have appeared in top networking conferences (e.g., IEEE Infocom, ACM Mobihoc and ACM CoNEXT) and journals (e.g., IEEE Trans. Wireless Communications).
Since April 2016, I am a Postdoctoral Researcher at Yale University, collaborating with Prof. Leandros Tassiulas on versatile wireless mobile network architectures.
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